Vine, the popular six-second video sharing website, has announced that users will now be able to view loop counts.
This means that Vine users who have uploaded videos will now have the ability to see how many times their clips have been looped (a.k.a. viewed) by others on the social network. Vine stated on its blog that this will be a quick way for people to see how popular their videos are once they have been uploaded onto the app. The loop count will be up-to-the-second, meaning individuals can gain an accurate depiction of how many people are watching their videos in real time.
In addition to releasing this feature, Vine will be remodeling its Activity feed, organizing according to when posts were released. This will ideally help users determine which content is newest as soon as they log into the app.
Currently, Vine is rolling out the loop count feature on iOS and Android devices. There is no word yet on whether it will be unveiled for Windows Phone users. Vine revealed that it has been tracking loops since April 3 of this year.
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